Does anyone else think Henin would have surpassed Serena in slam titles by now if she had not retired? I think so. This is how I see. When Justine retired she had 7 slams, Serena had 8. Lets look at the slams since then. 2008 French- Ivanovic won, her only threat was Jankovic in the semis. Henin is a combined 13-0 vs them. Done. 2008 Wimbledon- Henin's worst surface by far, a sight of some of her ugliest chokes as the mental block of winning Wimbledon increased, and Williams sisters both in blazing form here this year. No. 2008 U.S Open- a return to the site of her back to back straight sets conquests of the sisters from a year ago. Serena though was in better form than in 2007 here, Venus about the same. Despite their terrible fixed quarterfinal which Venus would have won on merit otherwise both were playing at a level here Justine would need to be at her 2007 level to win. Would she have been? Based on her early 2008 form on hard courts it might not have been. Give this to a Williams too I guess. 2009 Australian Open- Serena wasnt that impressive here at all. She would have gone out to Azarenka had she not gotten sick, then Kuznetsova if Kuznetsova hadnt choked bigtime in their quarterfinal. Dementieva underperformed in the semis, Safina as usual blew up in the final. Henin takes this one. 2009 French Open- This years French was so pathetic that even a past her prime and out of shape Serena on CLAY probably would have won in hindsight if she had closed out Kuznetsova. The day I will stop considering Henin had she continued a 110% lock for the French is the day the clay court field is atleast strong enough where a past her prime Serena on clay is stopped being talked about as a real threat there. Kuznetsova choked in both the quarters and semis and still won the title. Safina played unstoppable tennis almost all event and then played like a scared little girl in the final. Henin in a breeze. So IMO Henin would now have 10 slams and Serena 9 had she continued. What is most annoying is she was on the verge of surpassing Serena as the greatest player of this generation, particularly if she could win Wimbledon atleast once, and she didnt even seem to care that she is giving all that up by retiring.